• lungfish Pass and Stow (LP, £13.95)

    label: dischord

    Over the last 12 months the lost/undiscovered classic status of Lungfish's output has been perpetuated by namechecks from the likes of everyone from Black Moth Super Rainbow's Tom Fec to Joan Jett. So now is a good time for a re-issue of the long out of print Pass and Stow. Re-mastered from the original tapes and re-released on CD and LP. This was the fourth album from Lungfish, released in 1993. Featuring updated artwork, the LP comes with a free download code and the CD version contains the additional track, ďOne Way All The TimeĒ Pass And Stow clearly documents the move from the bandís post-punk roots toward a more hypnotic and signature sound that was to revolve more around Danielís lyrical imagery with hints of the minimalist approach the band would adopt on later albums. Lungfish is now, as it often has been, quasi if not entirely defunct. However, since the release of the bandís last album in 2005, Feral Hymns, singer Daniel Higgs (who is also an accomplished visual artist) has embarked on a burgeoning solo career, releasing albums on Northern Liberties, Thrill Jockey and Holy Mountain and showing his artwork both in the States and The United Kingdom. Asa Osborne is currently recording and performing solo material under the name, The Zomes. Track 10 is only available on the CD version. TRACKLIST: 1.Cleaner Than Your Surroundings 2.Straightaway 3.Washing Away 4.At Liberty To Say 5.The Trap Gets Set 6.Computer 7.Highway Sweetheart 8.Astronaut's Prayer 9.Idiot Vehicle 10.One Way All The Time 11.In Praise of Amoral Phenomena 12.Gorilla Monsoon 13.The Evidence 14.Terminal Crush

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